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    Michael Altman

Michael Altman knew nothing about chocolate when he founded Brooklyn-based Tumbador Chocolate in 2006. Instead of competing with other chocolate brands, Tumbador created a private-label model and sold its products to large hotels and corporations. This confections company specializes in high-end chocolates based off of nostalgic childhood flavors like peanut butter and jelly and ring dings. Tumbador works with organizations like STRIVE, Goodwill, and The Fortune Society to offer local ex-convicts, homeless people, or victims of domestic violence a second chance.